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National renal Indigenous resource collaborative (NRIRC)



The National renal Indigenous resource collaborative (NRIRC) is a joint initiative between Kidney Health Australia and Amgen Australia. The initiative aims to pool and share existing education resources for Indigenous Australian people. The project is committed to the broader goal of a healthy lifestyle and cardiovascular disease risk reduction, but with a specific focus on kidney health.

Existing education materials will be researched by the NRIRC Steering Committee, and judged as quality materials to assist in re-enforcing key messages and educating the community about kidney health. These materials will be available as free and downloadable content. It is hoped that this screening process will assist in identifying gaps in existing resources for Indigenous peoples, from which work can be commissioned to fill those gaps, with a focus on standardising messages around chronic kidney disease.

Abstract adapted from Kidney Health Australia


Kidney Health Australia
National Office
125 Cecil Street
South Melbourne Vic 3205
GPO Box 9993
Melbourne Vic 3001
Ph: (03) 9674 4300
Fax: (03) 9674 4399


Last updated: 24 September 2015
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